"Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot."
-- Charlie Chaplin
I hope he's still got it, but I'll bet he has.
It's o.k. I guess.
Jim look shaken...I think real life sort of impinged on his comedy, and he relies way to heavily on his old material (which was brilliant, btw).
Overall it's better than most, but not really a great set in general.